A new rule adopted by the state Board of Equalization — aimed at ensuring fairness and equitability in property-tax assessment — is rife with flaws, critics say.
Property-tax experts believe the proposed plan to address the state's problematic assessment system would not only be ineffective, but is illegal as well.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike Montandon has called for an overhaul of Nevada's property-tax system.
Questions remain on how to assess equally.
For nearly 30 years Nevada tax officials have failed to meet their constitutional requirement to develop and implement regulations ensuring that property-tax assessments are equalized statewide.
Nevada Tax Commissioner Hank Vogler says economic reality could force state lawmakers to enact fundamental reforms to Nevada's property tax system.
You must appeal before you actually pay the tax.
The 2005 "relief" bill was poorly written and is probably unconstitutional.
A hearing to discuss property appraisal methodologies has been delayed until early 2010.